The yard say that extreme dynamism, movement of structures and clean and sleek lines are the features that characterise the distinctive personality of this vessel. The yacht is also the first CRN 60m yacht to feature a private owner's deck. Unlike all the other 60 metre built by the shipyard, this yacht has a fly deck, used as a well-being area and for the captain. Made of steel and aluminium, CRN 133 has a a 10.2m beam and is equipped with two Caterpillar 3512 C-C 1’230 kW@1800 rpm engines, which allow it to navigate at a maximum speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.
“The christening of a new yacht is always an exciting milestone for the owner and the entire company," said Lamberto Tacoli, Chairman and CEO of CRN. "Particularly, we take pride in this launch because it is the eighth yacht in the 60m segment [we have launched] in the last ten years. Each launch reflects the work done over many years and the beginning of new prospects for the future. CRN, now more than ever, has confirmed itself amongst the leading companies that build pleasure ships, taking pride in representing Made in Italy in the world”.
With her launch complete, the yacht will remain in the yard until the end of April: in the coming months, technical tests will be carried out and the final details of the interior fittings will be put in place, before she is finally delivered to the owner.
With CRN 133 now launched, five vessels are still in build at the CRN yard, namely hree steel and aluminium superyachts: 74m CRN 131, designed by Zuccon International Project; 73m CRN 132, designed by Omega Architects; 55m CRN 134, designed by Nuvolari & Lenard; and a Ferretti Custom Line 124 and Riva 122' Mythos made of aluminium. Two Letters of Intent have been recently signed for the construction of two 44 metre “SuperConero” megayachts, inspired by the historic line of the seventies, and another Letter of Intent for a 68 metre superyacht.